Sukhiram (Deven Verma) lives in a small tenement in the city with his wife, Shanti (Bindu), son Guddu (Gulshan Grover), and daughter, Meena (Huma Khan). They treat him like a servant, and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Paisa Yeh Paisa
Sukhiram (Deven Verma) lives in a small tenement in the city with his wife, Shanti (Bindu), son Guddu (Gulshan Grover), and daughter, Meena (Huma Khan). They treat him like a servant, and ...
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Edan C (ca) wrote: What a film, blistering action, quality acting, better than Daniel Day Lewis in Abraham Lincoln! In the top 5 films of my life so far! Foreshadowing is beautiful from the get go!
Kim W (kr) wrote: This is an uplifting treasure of a movie. I highly recommend this film to all parents with their kids. The message is profound and told by a legendary quirky cast of characters. They just don't make movies like this any more. I didn't know what to "expect"...but Expecting Mary is a hit. Go see this film.
Paul D (es) wrote: It has a fairly original feel to it, but it is also a seriously dull affair with a messy storyline.
3568 C (ag) wrote: The reason you want to see this movie is because you want to know more about what was going on inside Kurt Cobain in the days before his suicide. None of your questions get answered. Although, this may have been Van Sant's objective. Maybe all we'll ever know is what we can glean from second-hand observation.
Steve W (br) wrote: Loren Avedon returns yet again as a completely new character in The King of Kickboxers. (aka Karate Tiger 4, No Retreat No Surrender 4)Jake (Avedon) has just won a Thai kickboxing match and has become a champion. Some hulking goon named Khan (Billy Blanks) ambushes Jake and kills his little brother. Ten years later, Jake sees Khan fighting in a movie and goes undercover in Thailand to infiltrate a snuff film ring.There's plenty going on in this movie. This is Loren Avedon's "Kickboxer", if that makes any sense. There's training montages with a mentor, a love interest, and a very intense final showdown with Khan in a cage of death. The King of Kickboxers should be viewed by martial arts fans.
Adrian B (it) wrote: Good acting especially Annette Benning and Naomi Watts but the story is a touch depressing
Michal Z (it) wrote: If you ignore the 'filmy' happy ending you'll end up with sharp and observational if not a littlle too superficial analysis of our search for the 'perfect partner'.